A lot of young people email us and ask: “How do I know if I’m gay?” Our Ask An Expert blog tackles how to think through these questions.
One of the IMPACT Program’s first projects turned 5 this year! Here’s a look at what makes Q2 special.
Ed describes sexual health and introduces the Queer Sex Ed online intervention for queer youth.
Keep yourself healthy through good communication. Now is the time to start the conversation.
Hear what researchers, practitioners, and community members had to say about LGBTI research priorities at the Listening Session with NIH.
Featuring opening remarks from conference organizers and a keynote address from Dr. Lawrence A. Tabak from NIH.
The Intersection of Youth, Technology, and New Media with Sexual Health: Moving the Research Agenda Forward
Study explores the feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness of using new media and technology for LGBT sexual health promotion.
Submit a research presentation or poster proposal by October 1st for the second annual Chicago LGBTQ Health & Wellness Conference.
The World Health Organization (WHO) is asking adolescents to contribute to their health report. Let them know what matters to LGBTQ youth!
Creating queer spaces – physical and digital – for expression and community